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Symantec Secure Site SSL Certificates

Protect the transfer of sensitive data on websites, intranets, and extranets. This website security solution features essential SSL, the Norton Secured Seal, the most recognized trust mark on the Internet, and malware scanning.
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Certificate Signing Request Videos

How to generate a CSR on a Microsoft IIS 5/6 server

Easily generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) from Microsoft IIS 5/6 servers with help from this demo.

How to generate a CSR on a Microsoft IIS 7 server

Easily generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) from Microsoft IIS 7servers with help from this demo.

How to generate a CSR on an Apache server

Easily generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) from an Apache server with help from this demo.

How to generate a CSR on a Microsoft Exchange server

Easily generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) from Microsoft Exchange servers with help from this demo.

Install Your Norton Secured Seal

  1. Agree to rules
  2. Create your JavaScript
  3. Copy and paste it on your website

Certificate Installation Demonstration Videos

Install an SSL Certificate on a Microsoft IIS 5/6 server

Easily install your SSL Certificate on Microsoft IIS 5/6 servers with help from this demo.

Install an SSL Certificate on a Microsoft IIS 7 server

Easily install your SSL Certificate on Microsoft IIS 7 servers with help from this demo.

Install an SSL Certificate on an Apache server

Easily install your SSL Certificate on Apache servers with help from this demo.

Install an SSL Certificate on a Microsoft Exchange server

Easily install your SSL Certificate on Microsoft Exchange servers with help from this demo.

Replace an SSL Certificate

Generate a new Certificate Signing Request (CSR) with the exact same Distinguished Name. Sign in to your account to create a replacement.

Revoke an SSL Certificate

Your SSL certificate includes a private key that is used to decipher encrypted messages. If your private key is compromised, your SSL sessions are not secure. You should revoke your SSL certificate if you suspect any of these conditions:
  • Loss of your private key
  • Compromise of your private key
  • Incorrect information in the certificate
For more assistance, go to Symantec SSL Certificates Support.

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